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Skills competition good for youth players

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The future of golf depends on introducing young players to the game and developing their emerging talents. What better way to spark that interest and gauge their abilities than the national Drive, Chip and Putt competition? Juniors ages 7-15 are eligible, and they don’t need a handicap or a club affiliation. They don’t even need any money, because it’s absolutely free. “Free is awesome,” said Northeastern New York PGA tournament director Doug Evans, who will ...

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